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Stroke Care in Scotland

Apologies for the length of this post. As I do every year, I am providing a link on this blog to the annual Scottish stroke care audit – now called the Scottish Stroke Improvement Programme or SSIP as we shall … Continue reading

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Open Space – 2

Cogito ergo sum. Je pense, donc je suis. Ich denke, also bin ich. I think, therefore I am. In whatever language you express it, you have to admit that M. Descartes had a point. If you are capable of thought, … Continue reading

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Lost scarf, lost cause?

A few posts ago I reflected on the lost things of our lives – one of these is a yellow typewriter which I last saw in 1976 in West Africa. Sadly, another of my belongings has joined the list of … Continue reading

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It’s a lottery

Earlier this month, the NHS in Scotland published its Stroke Care Audit for 2013. This easily read document can be accessed via the link above and gives an overview of hard data about acute stroke care across Scotland. The Scottish … Continue reading

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Andrew Marr’s return

Andrew Marr, the BBC journalist, appeared once again for a short time on his programme this morning. It must have been a huge physical and emotional effort, four months after his major stroke. To many people this will seem a … Continue reading

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